Artists of the Clarence Valley are invited to apply to present their work at the 2016 Surfing The Coldstream Festival in Yamba, on Saturday 15 October.
Surfing The Coldstream Festival is a FREE festival that celebrates the things we cherish about Clarence Valley lifestyle, including the natural environment and Aboriginal cultural heritage. In 2015, the festival attracted around 3,500 people during the day and is growing in popularity.
Our vision for the Art Walk is to showcase artistic and cultural expression and to represent the diversity of exhibits and artistic activities practiced within the arts community of the Clarence Valley.
This is your opportunity to display, demonstrate your art (ie. painting on site), engage with the public and sell your work.
Submissions for the 2016 Art Walk can be made using the form on the right.
Stall sites cost $30 payable in advance. Stall holders must either provide their own public liability insurance or notify us of their need to be covered by festival insurance (strictly limited number of stalls) at the time of applying.
For art lovers attending the festival, check out three other fantastic art events at this year's festival on our Line Up page! There's Woven Whales, Chalk To The Animals and Game Of Stones...